Hardware Engineers

Computer hardware engineers work with the physical parts of computers, such as CPUs (computer processing units), motherboards, chipsets, video cards, cooling units, flash drives, disk drives, storage devices, network cards, and all the components that connect them, down to wires, nuts, and bolts.


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